In this episode, we discuss 7 tips for cultivating a healthy mind, body & spirit. Join me for Part two of my conversation with Mental Performance Coach, Wilma Wong.

Guest Bio:

Wilma began her journey as a healer by trying to solve one of her own health problems. Since then she has studied EFT, TAT, Matrix Energetics, Yuen Method, Healing Codes, Emotion Code, Demartini Breakthrough method, Theta Healing, and meditation---all contributing to her own style of healing, applying the best of each method and tailoring it to the client. Just as no one drug is a perfect fit; no one method is a perfect healing tool.

Wilma has lectured at UCLA, Salvation Army, Junior League of Los Angeles, to name just a few, on different techniques for coping with stress.

For more information, please visit her website:

http://wilmawong.com

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In this best-of episode, I chat with Mental Performance Coach Wilma Wong about what it takes to truly love yourself and find happiness. You don't want to miss this episode!

Guest Bio:

Wilma began her journey as a healer by trying to solve one of her own health problems. Since then she has studied EFT, TAT, Matrix Energetics, Yuen Method, Healing Codes, Emotion Code, Demartini Breakthrough method, Theta Healing, and meditation---all contributing to her own style of healing, applying the best of each method and tailoring it to the client. Just as no one drug is a perfect fit; no one method is a perfect healing tool.

Wilma has lectured at UCLA, Salvation Army, Junior League of Los Angeles, to name just a few, on different techniques for coping with stress.

For more information, please visit her website:

http://wilmawong.com

Be sure to mention Think Outside the Lines for a special offer on her coaching package!

 

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In this best-of episode, we're breaking down what it really takes to get started creating an online business with expert Amy Porterfield. If you are looking to start or grow an online business, this might be one of the most important podcasts you ever listen to. 

Guest Bio:

Entrepreneurs around the country depend on Amy Porterfield to show them step-by-step how to increase revenue, drive more online traffic, grow their email list, and strengthen their connection with their target market.

Drawing on her years as a content developer and marketer for some the country’s top corporations, along with her own experience in building a business from scratch, Amy provides priceless insights for a stress-free approach to starting and growing your own online business. With an email list of over 150,000 subscribers, a devoted following on social media, and a hit podcast, Amy shows that nice girls (and guys) don’t have to finish last when it comes to making a living - and a life - that you love.

For more information, please visit Amy’s website: 
https://www.amyporterfield.com

 

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Guest Bio:

Kate Swoboda (aka, “Kate Courageous”)

Kate Swoboda is creator of YourCourageousLife.com, Director of the Courageous Living Coach Certification at TeamCLCC.com and author of The Courage Habit: How to Accept Your Fears, Release the Past, and Live Your Courageous Life. She helps individuals, teams, and companies see where old, fear-based habits have kept people stuck or started to limit what’s possible for an organization, and then start creating more courageous lives by getting into “the courage habit,” a four-part process for behavioral and organizational change.

Kate has appeared in MindBodyGreen, Entrepreneur, USA Today, Forbes, Lifetime Moms, The Intelligent Optimist, Business Insider, and more, and her website Your Courageous Life was named a top-50 blog for happiness by Greatist. She’s spoken at conferences and seminars on the topic of courage as it relates to personal development, releasing overwhelm, business and marketing, money mindset, wellness, increasing emotional resilience, and healthy goal-setting using habit-formation techniques.

For more information, please visit:
https://www.yourcourageouslife.com

 

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Guest Bio:

Kate Swoboda (aka, “Kate Courageous”)

Kate Swoboda is creator of YourCourageousLife.com, Director of the Courageous Living Coach Certification at TeamCLCC.com and author of The Courage Habit: How to Accept Your Fears, Release the Past, and Live Your Courageous Life. She helps individuals, teams, and companies see where old, fear-based habits have kept people stuck or started to limit what’s possible for an organization, and then start creating more courageous lives by getting into “the courage habit,” a four-part process for behavioral and organizational change.

Kate has appeared in MindBodyGreen, Entrepreneur, USA Today, Forbes, Lifetime Moms, The Intelligent Optimist, Business Insider, and more, and her website Your Courageous Life was named a top-50 blog for happiness by Greatist. She’s spoken at conferences and seminars on the topic of courage as it relates to personal development, releasing overwhelm, business and marketing, money mindset, wellness, increasing emotional resilience, and healthy goal-setting using habit-formation techniques.

For more information, please visit:
https://www.yourcourageouslife.com

 

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In this episode, I’m excited to share a rebroadcast of one of my favorite interviews I’ve conducted so far on the podcast.

I’ll be mixing these episodes in with brand new interviews over the next few months…I encourage you to check them out if you are new to the show—and if you’ve been a long-time listener, first of all—thank you!—I encourage you to listen again, as you might just catch some insight that you didn’t before. Enjoy! 

Guest Bio:

Lisa Nichols is one of the world’s most-requested motivational speakers, as well as media personality and corporate CEO whose global platform has reached and served nearly 30 million people. From a struggling single mom on public assistance to a millionaire entrepreneur, Lisa’s courage and determination has inspired fans worldwide and helped countless audiences break through, to discover their own untapped talents and infinite potential.

As Founder and Chief Executive Officer of Motivating the Masses, Inc. – one of the country’s only publicly traded personal and business development training companies – Lisa has helped develop workshops and programs that have transformed the lives of men and women, and altered the trajectory of businesses throughout the country and across the world.

Lisa is also a best-selling author of seven books. Her most recent effort, ABUNDANCE NOW!, published by Harper Collins, was released in January, 2016. In ABUNDANCE NOW, Lisa continues her journey with her fans, providing a clear and practical blueprint for personal success, drawn directly from the life experiences of its beloved author. ABUNDANCE NOW is the eagerly-anticipated follow-up to Lisa’s New York Times bestseller, NO MATTER WHAT.

Lisa’s extraordinary story of transforming her own life from public assistance for her family to leading a multi-million dollar enterprise is the inspiration behind her bold mission to teach others that it is possible to do the same. Today, fans worldwide revere Lisa for her mastery of teaching people how to accomplish unfathomable goals and tap their limitless potential.

A noted media personality who has appeared on Oprah, The Today Show, the Steve Harvey Show, and Extra – just to name a few, is also celebrated for the impact she has on the lives of teens. Through Lisa’s non-profit foundation Motivating the Teen Spirit, she has touched the lives of 211,650 teens, prevented over 3,800 teen suicides, supported 2,500 dropouts in returning to school, and has helped thousands reunite with families.

Among the prestigious awards and honors bestowed upon Lisa for her extensive work are the Humanitarian Award from the country of South Africa, The Ambassador Award, and the LEGO Foundation‘s Heart of Learning Award. The City of Henderson, Nevada named November 20th as Motivating the Teen Spirit Day; and the City of Houston, Texas named May 9th as Lisa Nichols Day for her dedication to service, philanthropy and healing.

Lisa lives, plays and works in the greater San Diego, California area and on stages around the world, working alongside her world-class team committed to Motivating the Masses.

For more information, please visit Lisa's website: motivatingthemasses.com

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In this episode, I’m excited to share a rebroadcast of one of my favorite interviews I’ve conducted so far on the podcast.

I’ll be mixing these episodes in with brand new interviews over the next few months…I encourage you to check them out if you are new to the show—and if you’ve been a long-time listener, first of all—thank you!—I encourage you to listen again, as you might just catch some insight that you didn’t before. Enjoy! 

Guest Bio:

California-based certified yoga teacher, Kimi Dawn, has been practicing yoga for several years, exploring a variety of yoga disciplines and is focused on the therapeutic and nurturing modalities in which yoga can bring balance, peace and healing into her student's busy lives. Her approach focuses on the intuitive movement of each unique body, mindful of anatomical variations, Kimi Dawn, teaches slow, deliberate sequencing to allow time for experiencing the postures, checking in and being in the center of strength and acceptance of the body.

Kimi Dawn's offerings lead students back to themselves; with the possibilities of rediscovering their innate wisdom through meditative movement and breath. She teaches yoga in studio environments, city organizations, donation based park and private/small group sessions.

Certified through Tamal School of Yoga; Tamal Dodge & Sesa O'Connor (200 hours of Vinyasa Flow) and Silk Roads Sangha; Daniel Hickman & Denise Antonini (200 hours Mulit-disciplinary Yoga). Kimi completed 1st and 2nd degree Reiki training with EarthSoul Holistic Healing and an 8-week "Daily Love Mastery" life coach course with Mastin Kipp, founder of The Daily Love, in 2014. Influenced by master teachers, Kimi Dawn has practiced with Seane Corn, Annie Carpenter (35 hours of SmartFLOW training), Kathryn Budig, Brian Kest, Ashley Turner, Saul David Raye, to name a few. She's been practicing from Thailand to Italy and wants to share it all with you.

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My guest today is a New Jersey born and Denmark raised writer and inventor. After a successful career in engineering (where he was a contributor to many successful patents, including a medical device along side his father), he found himself looking for new ways to give back.

He believes the dysfunctional economy is the most important issue of our time.

He’s taken his passion to use ideas to solve the world’s problems, and applied this thinking to America’s economy in the book, Optimizing America.

Through vivid scenery, memorable characters, and intense drama, he encourages the reader to ponder hardline questions that challenge modern political punditry, shatter the “news-in-a-loop” cycle, and change the way we think about the distribution of wealth.

Our conversation is incredibly timely, relevant, and important.

And I hope that the insight we share today causes you to think about ways in which you can help facilitate conversation and drive change in this area…

It’s time to think outside the lines with Jarl Jensen.

Guest Bio:

Jarl Jensen is a New Jersey born and Denmark raised writer and inventor. He returned to the US for school, but still considers Denmark his home traveling back and forth regularly. He learned a lot from his father, an engineer and inventor who held many patents. When he was only sixteen, Jarl was a contributor to a successful patent along with his father, a medical device, that led to the launch of a wound care company called Euromed. After college, Jarl started working at Euromed mixing adhesive which led to many more patent filings.

His father eventually became the owner of Euromed and after he got sick and passed away,
Jarl helped revive it. They went from zero to making a profit in about six months. Jarl began in Research and Development and redesigned the product lines, lowering the costs by 50-60%, making it one of the most advanced products in the industry at the time. These innovations led to new product launches and more patents, the business grew from six to eight figures in just a few years. In 2004, Jarl took over the company as CEO growing Euromed to $20 million in revenue before selling it for 17x earnings to a publicly traded company in 2016.

After his successful exit, Jarl is looking to give back and is addressing the most important issue of our time, the dysfunctional economy. As an idea man, Jarl sees things differently and focuses more on out of the box solutions. His real passion is to use ideas to solve the world’s problems. Jarl has applied this thinking to America’s economy in the book, Optimizing America. Through vivid scenery, memorable characters, and intense drama, he encourages the reader to ponder hardline questions that challenge modern political punditry, shatter the “news-in-a-loop” cycle, and change the way we think about the distribution of wealth.

For more information, please visit:
https://optimizingamerica.com

 

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Happy New Year!

My guest today is a world-renowned bootcamp Pilates specialist. With a decade of experience in the fitness industry, she has certified coaches in over 80 cities across the US and developed fitness programs for over 20 studios across Europe, Africa, Asia and Australia.

More recently, she spent the last year as Program Director at a Santa Monica tech start-up, launching their live-stream fitness program. Prior to a career in fitness, she was a fashion designer, competitive rock climber, and a contestant on the 14th season of CBS’s Survivor.

She’s a dear friend of mine, and I’ve been wanting to introduce you to her for a while now, so I’m so glad we finally made it happen. She’s joining us today to help us get our new year off to an amazing stat, with some of her top tips for living your best 2019.

It’s time to think outside the lines with Piper Michelle.

Guest Bio:

Piper Michelle is a world-renowned bootcamp Pilates specialist. With a decade of experience in the fitness industry, she has certified coaches in over 80 cities across the US (200+ studio locations) and developed fitness programs for over 20 studios across Europe, Africa, Asia and Australia. Most recently, Piper spent the last year as Program Director at a Santa Monica tech start-up, launching their live-stream fitness program. Prior to a career in fitness, Piper was a fashion designer, competitive rock climber, and a contestant on the 14th season of CBS’s Survivor. Piper’s greatest joy is to experience the world around her, learn as much as she can, and share with others.

Follow Piper on Instagram @hellopipermichelle

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Shawn's new project/podcast:

I want to tell you about another project I’ve been working on. Some friends and I have launched a new podcast called THE MARTINI SCALE, where we discuss all things film. Film is a huge passion of mine, and I’m excited to share this new adventure with you. You can learn more about the show at themartiniscale.com, and of course you can download and subscribe to the show wherever you listen to this podcast. 

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My guest today is a former Wall Street managing director, community activist, speaker, coach, and author of the book The Three Rooms.

These experiences have given him a unique and eclectic mix of understanding human nature. He noticed that our happiness and unhappiness in life is always the result of our thoughts – whether observations of the present, memories from the past, or projected fears about the future. Combining this theory with the deep personal insights he attained along his own 20+ year spiritual journey, he stepped away from the corporate world to write The Three Rooms, in which he explains how observing which room your thoughts are in, can change your experience of life.

The book invites you to start the process of better monitoring your thoughts—while providing you the keys to transform your life by doing so.

I think there’s a ton of insight in this conversation, and I’m excited to share it with you.

It’s time to think outside the lines with Kevin Murphy.

Guest Bio:

KEVIN MURPHY is a former Wall Street managing director, high school and collegiate wrestling champion, community activist, speaker, coach, and author of the book The Three Rooms.

During his highly successful 33-year career at Citigroup, Kevin was responsible for the sales, marketing and trading of several different businesses within the firm. He served on the Board of Directors of multiple option exchanges and spoke at conferences all over the world. He is a former chairman of the SIFMA Option Committee and has lectured both U.S. Regulatory and Congressional staff on the education of the options and securities markets. Kevin currently serves on the Board of Directors for Cboe Global Market’s six U.S. securities exchanges.

Following his college wrestling career, he has served as a youth wrestling coach on Long Island for over 30 years. His lifetime service to the sport of wrestling led to his induction into the National Wrestling Hall of Fame in 2009. He is a member of the Board of Directors for the non-profit Friends of Long Island Wrestling, and has spear-headed a campaign to raise awareness of the opioid and drug epidemic that is sweeping the country.

These experiences have given Kevin a unique and eclectic mix of understanding human nature. He noticed that our happiness and unhappiness in life is always the result of our thoughts – whether observations of the present, memories from the past, or projected fears about the future. Combining this theory with the deep personal insights he attained along his own 20+ year spiritual journey, Kevin wrote the book The Three Rooms, in which he explains how observing which room your thoughts are in, can change your experience of life.

For more information, please visit:
http://thethreerooms.com

 

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